Under the Pink Light

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About the author:
Brian Edward Hurst (1938 - ) is an artist and author resident in Palm Springs, California. British-born, he was featured on a number of U.S. television productions related to the world of psychic research. His other publications are "Some Go Haunting," a mystery thriller set in England in the 1950's, "The High Hearty Affair" a Screenplay based upon that novel, "Cinderella's Secret and other Classical Poems," and a popular autobiography "Heaven Can Help." Hurst is now retired from his work as a Spiritualist medium and lecturer in Parapsychology. "Under the Pink Light" is his entertaining contribution to the question of whether the "dead" can communicate with our world.
During his working years, Hurst mentored several well-known mediums in the United States. In 1997 he was host to the famous English Scole mediums who held six remarkable physical phenomena seances at his former home in Reseda, California.
UNDER THE PINK LIGHT will touch many readers with its authenticity and sincerity. It is a novel of hope and celebration of life.

Under the Pink Light

Authored by Brian Edward Hurst

Set in 1951, year of the Festival of Britain, this second novel by a renowned psychic medium relates how a grieving English widow and her two sons spend a week in the country with in-laws and experience some unexpected adventures and mind-altering events that provide unique opportunities for growth.
The pains and problems of puberty are realistically portrayed as teenager Jack Wilson, a boy living in poverty without a father, searches for friendship and self-worth.
Combining historical fact and fiction this story recreates life in the Fens of East Anglia with a cast of unforgettable characters and nostalgic reminders of things as they used to be.

Publication Date:
1516972821 / 9781516972821
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Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Black and White
Related Categories:
Fiction / Family Life

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